Although West Brompton is a largely beautiful residential area, it’s also a well-connected neighbourhood for businesses with access to London’s Overground network as well as Circle, District and Piccadilly Lines on the Underground. Both West Brompton and Imperial Wharf Overground stations are also on Southern rail routes, connecting travellers towards the South-East and Sussex.

There’s plenty to catch the eye on foot too: The Kings Road is home to some of the capital’s most delectable independent boutique stores as well as an ample selection of bars and restaurants that are ideal for entertaining clients and networking. The SW10 area also sits in the shadows of Stamford Bridge, home to Chelsea Football Club, one of the most successful clubs in European football in recent times.

It’s also an area experiencing continual development with the Chelsea Harbour area proving particularly popular with residential developers. Although SW10 is not a region blessed with lots of green spaces, it’s still got plenty of pretty garden squares within its neighbourhoods that are great to explore on a lunchtime or after work. A fashionable area with superb transport links, West Brompton should definitely be on the shortlist.

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